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The WonderWhys

Concert Room Good Friday 19th April 9:00pm till late

Entry is free for Members, £2.00 for Guests.

A wide selection of audience favourites from the 60's to now. Supreme musicianship from artists with over 25 years experience performing all around the UK and Europe.

Highlights last year included supporting The Happy Mondays at Christmas! In the summer of 2017 they played the biggest beer festival in the UK – Springfest – at The Alexandra Palace (Ally Pally) in London, to around 5 thousand revellers.

A support slot at The Avenue in Chesterfield saw The WonderWhys warming up for 90’s Indie Darlings – Dodgy – in the UK’s largest Independent Venue. The Rock The Boat Cruise in the Summer had The WonderWhys sailing into the sunset – rubbing shoulders with the likes of Suzi Quatro, Slade and The Animals. Late Summer also had The WonderWhys appearing on BBC Three Reality TV Series “Don’t Tell The Bride” as the wedding band of choice. Finally, they returned to Alexandra Palace to play The London Fireworks Display in early November 2018..

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Sixties Retro + DJ Shanksy

Concert Room Easter Saturday Weekend 20th April 9:00pm till late

Entry is free for Members, £2.00 for Guests.


We take you back to when bands like The Beach Boys, The Beatles and The Byrds were high in the charts. The Mini and the E-Type Jaguar were the cars of choice, Twiggy and the Miniskirt graced the catwalk and great songs filled with swirling guitars and sweet harmonies were everywhere.

Sharp suited and booted, Sixties Retro are bringing on back the good times with all the hits from your favourite decade covering songs from artists such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones, The Small Faces, The Who, The Beach Boys, The Kinks, The Dave Clark Five, The Hollies, Spencer Davis Group, Manfred Mann, Herman's Hermits, Neil Diamond, Sandie Shaw, Lulu, Gerry and the Pacemakers, The Swinging Blue Jeans, The Fourmost, The Foundations, The Tremeloes, Martha Reeves & The Vandellas, Tommy James & The Shondells, The Kingsmen, The Contours, The Velvelettes and many more....

Just as Sergeant Pepper said ... "A splendid time is guaranteed for all!"


Soul Junction

Concert Room Bank Holiday Friday 3rd May

Entry is free for members and £2 for guests

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Soul Junction are a sharp 9 piece West Midlands based band covering a fantastic array of soul hits. From The Commitments to The Blues Brothers, Northern Soul to Motown, the songs are selected from across the decades for a memorable soul tribute. The powerful vocals of male and female combine with the finest musicianship to create a heady mix of unforgettable tunes that will have you dancing and singing all night long!

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The Upsiders + DJ Shanksy

Concert Room Bank Holiday Saturday 4th May

Entry is free for Members, £2.00 for Guests.


The Upsiders are a funky five-piece taking the West Midlands by storm, with their unique sound and unusual instrumentation! Since starting their career busking on the streets of Coventry, the band have made their way around Coventry, Warwickshire and beyond, including opening Coventry’s 2Tone Taxi with Neville Staple, playing the 2017 Coventry Christmas Lights switch-on and rocking Godiva Festival 2017.

Following the release of their eclectic debut album, ‘Songs From All Corners Of The Universe’, naming them BBC Cov & Warks’ Band of the Month for June, The Upsiders went on to win Godiva Calling, securing them a spot on the Godiva 2018’s Main Stage! Brace yourself for an explosive display of musicality and fun!


The Subterraneans

Concert Room Bank Holiday Sunday 5th May

Tickets are £10


​The Subs Formed in 1998 from two well renowned bands. Dangerfield and Baby on Board. All achieving success appearing on The Chris Evans shows, Glastonbury and Phoenix festivals in 1997 and touring with Roy Wood. In 2004 Grammy award winning record producer Roger Lomas was approached by life-long friend Hazel O'Connor to help find a band to collaborate with her on a series of LIVE one-off dates and various music festivals spread throughout 2004. Roger immediately thought of the Subterraneans as his first choice and suggested that Hazel should go and see the band. Hazel was impressed with what she heard and saw, so invited the band to join forces with her on her forthcoming shows. The Subs became Hazel O'Connors backing band in 2004 recording a live DVD of hazels greatest hits and touring with Hazel around the U.K Highlighted by a stunning performance at Glastonbury 2004. The band also played that year at the famous punk festival "Wasted" along with such acts as S.L.F, THE DAMMED, SHAM 69 with Kev being asked to join Ed Tudorpole on stage to play "swords of a thousand men." At the Beginning of 2005 the subs appeared with Hazel on ITV's "Hit me baby one more time." Just before the release of the DVD, Hazel also released a new album "Hidden Heart" produced by Martin Rushent (Stranglers, Human League). Featuring members of the subs. Throughout 2005 the lads toured with Hazel and now opening the shows with their own material. The Release of the Double album "Fighting Back" in August 2005 saw the subs reach more audiences around the U.K, 2007 More festivals including RETROFEST acts appearing on the stage with Hazel and the subs were Human League, Kim Wilde, Curiosity Killed the Cat, The Beat, Belinda Carlisle, Nick Heyward to mention a few. 2008 The Subs concentrated on there own material within the studio but were still out gigging appearing at Paris's very special venue la-loco which was filmed by luc besson. The highlight of 2009 was appearing on stage at the N.E.C along side some great artists for ROCK WITH LAUGHTER SHOW, Late 2009 the subs built there own studio, which Hazel fell in love with and started to spend a lot of time there. Writing the now famous RE-JOYCE Song . Hazel and the subs decided to re record all the breaking glass songs in a new album. And the new studio was the place where all the demos were created, As well as Mark and Kev putting all the music together for RE-JOYCE. Early 2010 Hazel and the subs recorded "BREAKING GLASS NOW" At RO-LO Studios just before performing the album for the 1st time at the midlands best venue the leamington assembly, The subs and Hazel continued to tour Breaking glass now appearing in many festivals as well as there home town Godiva festival. During these events hazel drummed up support from artists such as Toyah Willcox, Pauline Black, Carol Decker, Neville Staple, Ranking Roger, Kid Creole as well as Clannad's Moya Brennan and old friends Cormac and Eamonn de Barra to join in on the RE-JOYCE single. All agreed and a few days in RO-LO Studios all artists put down there vocals to the backing track Mark and Kev had created, once recorded the single was launched again at The Assembly with all artists. Artists The Subterraneans have backed are Hazel O'Connor, Toyah Wilcox, Carol Decker, Pauline Black, Neville Staples, Ranking Roger, Vince Hill. Look out for the Subs Live show it’s big, lively with amazing production from Roger Lomas.


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